Having Survival Seeds is a Must for Your Survival Strategy

Having a backup supply of survival seeds is prudent because we simply don’t know what lies in the future concerning our food supply. It may sound like hype to say we may have food shortages, but these days it seems like more of a possibility than ever before.

Having long term storage food is critical, but one day the only way to have garden fresh produce may be to raise it yourself.

What you want is a package of storable seeds that contains heirloom garden seeds. That means non-hybrid, open pollenated varieties. That allows you to save seeds from your plants and have seeds for the next year’s garden.

You’ll want to store your heirloom seeds in a cool dry environment because each 6° drop in storage temperature may double the life of most seeds. It’s recommended to put them in a refrigerator or freezer.

Even if you don’t garden, you can use a package of survival seeds as a barter item to exchange with someone who does garden. Of course, if you are a gardener, surely you won’t find yourself in need of bartering for survival seeds, will you?

Click on the ad below for Mountain Valley Seeds. Then search for, or click on, Storage Seeds to order the package that’s right for your survival garden.


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Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.